‘Homecoming Nigeria’ show to boost tourism

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United States-based media and events outfit, Big A Entertainment, has launched a vacation retreat concept that will connect travelers with the beauty, culture and nightlife of Nigeria.

Tagged ‘Homecoming Nigeria’, the series of events has been scheduled to run from December 16 to December 22, 2017, in Victoria Island, Lagos.

According to the organisers, the event is part of their efforts to expose travelers from all backgrounds and ethnicities to the beauty and culture of the country.

“The week-long travel retreat vacation concept is a unique 7 days/6 nights vacation, networking, party and cultural retreat created to provide attendees with a life-changing experience,” says Anderson Obiagwu, Chief Executive of Big A Entertainment.

He reveals that the event also serves as a catalyst for guests of all ethnicities and nationalities to connect with the rich culture of Nigeria and engage actively within the country.

“This is an opportunity for travelers to connect with the culture of Nigeria for the first time and it also serves as a catalyst to reconnect with the culture for those who have been away for a significant amount of time,” he says.

Corroborating Obiagwu’s claims, a member of Big A Entertainment team, Jennifer Onwumere explains that guests will travel into Lagos from all over the world to experience a week of comedy shows, live concerts, networking events, private beach parties, celebrity and VIP guest appearances, speed dating, cultural presentations and much more.

This event, according to Onwumere will serve as an exciting bridge to expose travelers to the rich culture of Nigeria while meeting, socializing, partying and engaging with other people from all over the world.

On how the event will play out, she further revealed that all ‘Homecoming Nigeria’ events will be conscious of security, offering day passes which will allow all attendees to choose and customize their experience.



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